This week, Kellyanne Conway made headlines when she was asked by the Biden regime to resign from her position on an Air Force Academy board and refused.
In her letter to Biden, Conway stated that she would not be resigning from the board.
“Your decision is disappointing but understandable given the need to distract from a news cycle that has you mired in multiple self-inflicted crises and plummeting poll numbers, including a rise in new COVID cases, a dismal jobs report, inflation, record amount of drugs coming across the southern border, and, of course, the chaotic and deadly withdrawal from Afghanistan that left hundreds of Americans and thousands of Afghan allies stranded under Taliban rule.
It was also a privilege to serve a president whose actions resulted in the deaths of terrorists like al-Baghdadi and Qasem Soleimani, rather than a president whose actions resulted in the deaths of 13 US service members.”
President Biden, I'm not resigning, but you should. pic.twitter.com/HuRYM4bLYP
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) September 8, 2021
AOC felt the need to run her mouth again after this incident as she tweeted,
A predictable, if not unfortunate, outcome. Clinging onto vestiges of power against the people’s will is kind of your /Trump’s / the GOP’s thing.
When you’re fired, don’t let the fascist victim complex hit you on the way out.
Idiots like AOC really are clueless, aren’t they?
“Against the people’s will”? This is just Biden’s call. The people didn’t vote her off the board.
She ended the letter with a short yet powerful, “I’m not resigning, but you should.”
She’s not the only one either. Sean Spicer, who also served as White House Press Secretary under President Trump, announced that he too would not be resigning from the Naval Academy Board, but instead will join a lawsuit against the Biden administration.
“All Trump appointees, including myself, have been kicked off the boards of the United States Naval Academy Air Force Academy in West Point in an unprecedented move by the Biden administration,” Spicer announced his Newsmax show, “Spicer & Company.”
“I’m announcing tonight for the first time that I will not be submitting my resignation and I will be joining a lawsuit to fight this,” he said.